Average Miami family pays $20,000 in health costs
Miami Herald, May 19, 2009
Confirming data from Medicare studies, a report hows that private healthcare costs in Miami are the highest of 14 major cities in the country. A Miami-area family of four with an employer-based preferred provider organization plan averaged $20,282 in healthcare costs in 2008, almost 21% higher than the national average, according to Milliman, a national consulting report.
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